i was at dead stop and floored. And 1 time in rain. Went over all wires i could see no burnt ones checked all clips to make sure all where tight.
A bit of advice here...first on attitude. These guys are trying to help you...now most that you yelled at and tried to put in their place, are probably the best trouble shooters here, and probably won't reply again to your thread, not smart. I highly suggest an apology. I ate my words with Tomato when I first came to the forum, apologized and now he's 1 of the top posters here that I trust. Second, as stated, DO NOT EVER delete a thread where we were all trying to help you or start a new thread, let alone start a new thread in a different section. If you do happen to do that, reference your old thread somewhere in the new thread so that it can be followed for future help here.
We obviously don't want to lose you and want you to stick around and contribute to the community. Sometimes what's written doesn't always come across to another person like it did to the person writing it. Just always remember that. I've been publically flogged for answers to posts where people thought that I was being rude, but I wasn't...my writing didn't sound the same to them as it did to me.
Now that I've spoke up...again, let me try to help you again. First, the "crimp clips" (you can easily identify these. they look like tubes over the wire, usually a tad larger on both ends) on those wires MUST BE soldered if they are crimp clips...PERIOD. Do it, even if YOU don't believe this is the issue. They can get corrosion inside those clips. Second, from your post, you're stating you got these codes while sitting still and "flooring the car". Why? Why would you do that? If this is the case, how long did you have the throttle mashed? Almost all cars after 2000 or so have built in rev limiters (unless it's been removed by a tuner and that should limit the car to about 3k-4k rpm) while the car is in neutral/not moving. It's so people don't blow the motor up....however, if held too long, it will create CELs.
My final comment is this. Screenshots of data from your car, 95% of the time is pretty much useless. Most people will need to see a 0.1 second interval log of the data to help with issues. It took me almost a year and half to finally realize that my HPFP was bad. I would post "data logs" from the Torque app, but it's not fast enough to log everything. I did that for over a year and nobody could figure out my issue. Finally I happened to catch my LTFT and STFT doing wierd things at the same time and someone finally said, "hey, it's your HPFP". After I replaced it the problem was solved. So screenshots of data only work in about 5-10% of the time. Just letting you know for future reference. You would need a professional logger like HPTuners to truly diagnose most issues if someone here hasn't experienced it...and a lot of the time, many members here won't even know how to read that!!!